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PostPosted: Thu Nov 28, 2013 10:58 am    Post subject: Week 13 Gameday Thread: Rams vs. 49ers Reply with quote

Rams



VS

49ers







And now, the story of Thanksgiving (for the 5th time...I can't believe this is my 5th Thanksgiving GDT folks!)



How the Natives helped the Rams learn how to play football

Once upon a time, an NFL team ventured out to hunt a wild beast called "Playoffs". It was a rare beast, that no one on the team had ever seen before. It was said that putting on a Rams uniform will make the beast invisible.



Holt: I've seen it before! I'm tellin' ya guys, it exists!



Bulger: Even I, MARC BULGER, have seen it! It really does exist!



Bruce: But beware...this beast is truly a deadly one.

Quinn: I seek this mighty beast! Where can we find it?

Fisher: We can find it by "playing good football." I once did this when I wore the Titans uniform. We shall hunt down this beast, while wearing our Rams uniforms!


But with horrid play during the beginning of the season, it seemed like no one could find "the playoffs".

McCleod: Is this it?

Bradford: NO! That's a rabbit! Does that look like a mythical, deadly creature to you!?

Givens: Well, maybe if you weren't shooting at everything in sight, we'd know exactly what we were looking for.



Bradford: It's not my fault! I'm not the one calling the shots!

Schotty: OKAY, YOU SEE THAT GOOSE UP IN THE AIR?! THAT IS THE PLAYOFFS! SHOOT IT! YOU SEE THAT SQUIRREL TWO FEET IN FRONT OF YOU? IT'S TOO CLOSE! USE THE ROCKET LAUNCHER!

Givens: Oh man...that's bad.


And then the hunt got worse when pilgrim Bradford went down

Pettis: Great, now who's going to make me look like a relevant hunter?



Clemens: DERP DE DERP! GIT YUR GUWNS WE BE GRRN HUNTIN!

Pilgrim Clemens couldn't hit the broad side of a barn. It seemed that all hope was lost, and all of those in the hunt were just hoping for this consolation called "a high draft pick." Until one day, they ran across a native that would help them out.


*Ccccchchshshshshshs*

Long: Did you guys hear something?

Quinn: Yeah...it's close.



Native: Well hello! Welcome to my forest!

Dunbar: Who are you?

Native: My tribal name is "Common Football Sense." But you could just call me CFS.

Clemens: DERRRRR IS YOU TURKEY?

Native: No. I am not a turkey. What is it you seek?

Dunbar: An animal called "the playoffs."

Native: Oooooo....well, I can show you how to find it!

Dunbar: Really? What kind of bait do we need?

Schotty: YEAH! What kind of bait!?! Also, I have a fully loaded playbook of things that don't work in clutch circumstances. That will be big enough to take down the animal, right?

Native: NO NO NO, I must teach all of you how to respect nature...of the game.

And so the Rams worked week in and week out, using CFS's advice.

Schotty: So, since I'm running all of these power running plays, I should use this bowling ball of a running back named Zac Stacy, eh? And on 3rd and 1, instead of throwing the ball deep...I should hand it to big 240lb Cunningham? Well I'll be darned!

Fisher: So, on defense, I should get my physical corners to play...physical? And I should utilize the talent of my front 7? And I should get the team to listen to Chris Long, while JL55 gathers himself and learns to play like a top tier linebacker?

Clemens: HURP DERP NO INTERSHEPHIN FUR MOI!

CFS would being to teach them how to handle their previous opponent, one that destroyed them at the beginning of the season.








CFS: See that? That is a stupid animal called a turkey. It has the brain the size of a walnut and drowns itself in the rain. Also, it covers things that shouldn't be covered, like pylons and hot dog vendors.


Long: So, we should take the easy route and hunt that?

Dunbar: Noble leader, remember what CFS has taught us.

CFS: Yes. You should seek the one that likes to kiss his bicep. When he goes down, so does their whole team.

Givens: What about that defense?

CFS: Make sure your offense plays well, and keeps them on the field. This will make them tired. Meanwhile, let your defense tear apart their offense.

And so the Rams took forth this battle, on their quest to hunt the "playoffs"



Meanwhile, in Florida

Coach: PASS!

UF Player: PASS! GEORGIA SOUTHERN IS UNLEASHING THY FURY!

UF Player 2: THEY HAVE TO PASS THE BALL SOMETIME!

Coach: Nnnnnnnnnnnoooooooooooooooo ANOTHER RUN BY A PLAYER THAT WAS PUT ON MY "IGNORE" LIST FOR RECRUITMENT ! PRAY FOR US TIMMY TEBOW!




Coach: NNNNOOOOO!! He's crying!!!

UF Player: HELP US!

Mizzou Player: I can't believe we were so pumped about beating these guys...

UF Safety: I'm droppin' back! They're gonna throw it!



What's Ramsfan28 Cooking for Thanksgiving?

Lots of things, but I'll pass along one very important recipe...Mac N' Cheese!





1lb Macaroni Noodles

1/2lb Butter
8oz Flour

1 Quart Cream
1 Bunch Thyme
3 cloves garlic, smashed

1/2lb White Cheddar
1/2lb Fontina Cheese
1/4lb Parmesean Regiano


-To begin, melt the butter in a pan. Once melted, add the flour. Whisk the two together until a nice, sandy consistency is formed (AKA making a roux)

-Meanwhile, take your cream and temper it on low heat. Take the garlic cloves, smash them, and add them to the cream along with the bunch of thyme. Let the flavors steep together.

-Once tempered, strain out the thyme and garlic from the cream. Pour the cream into the roux. Whisk them together. Don't worry if it appears loose, this mixture will need some time to time and some heat to thicken. If it's too thick, simply add a little more cream or milk to the mixture.

-Now to add the cheese! If you have a grater, more power to ya. If not, just cut it up really small. All you're trying to do at this point is melt cheese into the cream mixture.

Cook your pasta, and simply pour the cheese mixture over the noodles. Dat's it!

Breadcrumb Mixture (optional):

Take some dry, stale bread and run it through a food processor. If you don't have any dry bread around, simply bake some bread in the oven until it becomes dry. Process it until they become crumbs.

Now take a pan, add in a generous amount of butter and melt it down. Add in the crumbs. Keep stirring them around to make sure they don't burn. If the pan gets too dry, add in some oil. Once the crumbs get a nice, golden brown color to them, take them off the heat.

Pour these guys over your make and cheese, bake it in the oven for about 5-10 minutes.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 28, 2013 11:53 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Haha a true classic RF28. Just don't give Dahl the rocket launcher this weekend. A very happy and healthy Thanksgiving holiday to everybody.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 28, 2013 12:40 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lmao loved it.. Good stuff

In this game.. I hope Quinn has a monster game. It's all I want. Mostly because I think the niners will win by two scores at least.
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PostPosted: Thu Nov 28, 2013 5:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I think we have a chance to win. Not a great chance but it is there. Our defense tends to give both Kaep and Wilson trouble. If we can stop the run and get ours going we have a great opportunity. I expect to see us highly motivated.

Go Rams!
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2013 9:29 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Whats the word on Benny Cunningham? He had a solid game last week replacing the injured Zac Stacey, any chancew Stacey sits this week and Benny gets the call?
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PostPosted: Fri Nov 29, 2013 5:18 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

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Zac Stacy (concussion) has been medically cleared and is listed as probable for Week 13 against San Francisco.


Quote:
49ers coach Jim Harbaugh confirmed Friday Michael Crabtree will make his season debut Sunday against St. Louis.




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PostPosted: Sat Nov 30, 2013 7:08 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

We Win 27-14. Kick return Touchdown by Marc Bulger to get the scoring started.
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PostPosted: Sat Nov 30, 2013 8:07 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

I always lik your game day threads, but this one was especially delightful.

As for the recipe, you had me at "1/2 pound of butter".

As for the game itself, I say we shock the 49ers and force a tie. 27-27 after a late 49ers comeback.
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The J.R.S. wrote:
I always lik your game day threads, but this one was especially delightful.

As for the recipe, you had me at "1/2 pound of butter".

As for the game itself, I say we shock the 49ers and force a tie. 27-27 after a late 49ers comeback.


The "1/2 pound of butter" is from the Andy Reid Cookbook titled " Butter: Its a Lifestyle."
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2013 4:51 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Almost game time! As I've been doing for the last couple games.. I will try my hardest to not freak out..

I hope Quinn has a big day. His worst game this year has been vs the niners. He needs to redeem himself
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PostPosted: Sun Dec 01, 2013 5:05 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Lol glad you're all pumped
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Stupid [inappropriate/removed] late hit! Why why why Dunbarr.
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That's so weak. I hate the NFL
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im sensing the panthers game all over again
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Ugh Dunbar...
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